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The ecological limits of hydrologic alteration (ELOHA): a new framework for developing regional environmental flow standards
SUMMARY 1. The flow regime is a primary determinant of the structure and function of aquatic and riparian ecosystems for streams and rivers. Hydrologic alteration has impaired riverine ecosystems onExpand
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Instream Flows for Riverine Resource Stewardship
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Ecology for a Crowded Planet
Within the next 50 to 100 years, the support and maintenance of an extended human family of 8 to 11 billion people will be difficult at best. The authors of this Policy Forum describe changes thatExpand
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Historical land-use changes and potential effects on stream disturbance in the Ozark Plateaus, Missouri
Land-use changes have been blamed for creating disturbance in the morphology of streams in the Ozark Plateaus, Missouri (hereafter referred to as the "Ozarks"). Historical evidence and stratigraphicExpand
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Ecological Requirements for Pallid Sturgeon Reproduction and Recruitment in the Lower Missouri River: A Research Synthesis 2005-08
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The Natural Sediment Regime in Rivers: Broadening the Foundation for Ecosystem Management
Water and sediment inputs are fundamental drivers of river ecosystems, but river management tends to emphasize flow regime at the expense of sediment regime. In an effort to frame a more inclusiveExpand
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Woody vegetation and channel morphogenesis in low-gradient, gravel-bed streams in the Ozark Plateaus, Missouri and Arkansas
Woody vegetation affects channel morphogenesis in Ozark streams of Missouri and Arkansas by increasing local roughness, increasing bank strength, providing sedimentation sites, and creatingExpand
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Effective discharge analysis of ecological processes in streams
[1] Discharge is a master variable that controls many processes in stream ecosystems. However, there is uncertainty of which discharges are most important for driving particular ecological processesExpand
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Field Assessment of Alternative Bed-Load Transport Estimators
Measurement of near-bed sediment velocities with acoustic Doppler current profilers (ADCPs) is an emerging approach for quantifying bed-load sediment fluxes in rivers. Previous investigations of theExpand
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